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AUTOMATED NOTICE FROM THE FOUNDATION RECORDS AND ARCHIVING ADMINISTRATION

Due to the recent disruptions to Site-67 all current system servers and backups are currently: OFFLINE. To prevent any more disruption to current research Foundation archive bots have been set up to retrieve older archived documents stored on undamaged servers

Document: SCP-XXXX
From: SITE-94 RECOVERED DATA
Date: 22/10/2002

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Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be permently secured to the floor of the containment chamber facing away from the enterence to the room. Two fixed CCTV survailence cameras are to be placed facing the sides of SCP-XXXX as to not be in direct/partial view. This CCTV system is to be checked bi-weekly by technical staff for any faults or malfunctions.

An opaique slideable screen is to be placed infront of SCP-XXXX when not in use for testing.

No tests containing reflective items with the ability to relfect or defract light should be bought into SCP-XXXX test chamber without first seeking approval from a level-3 senior researcher.

If any damage or disruption is sustained to SCP-XXXXs writing so much so that the symbols and characters are no longer legiable then SCP XXXX is to be considered uncontained and web analysis bot "Puzzle Hound" is to be activated to begin searching all major news outlets and social media for any signs of a remergence event. When SCP-XXXX has been detected Enigma Hound should cease operations and be immediately disconnected from all networks and destroyed by incineration. Mobile task force Rho-11 () should be dispatched to recontain SCP-XXXX along with any instances of SCP-XXXX-1 generated in a remergence event.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an Infohazard in the form of a currently unsolvable problem.
In its current manifestation SCP-XXXX is located on an oak blackboard written in white chalk. The characters of SCP-XXXX match no currently known languages or symbols
For information on SCP-XXXXs previous manifestation please see addendum: Event-XXXX-04/05/1999

SCP-XXXX is an infohazard that affects processors (both electronic and biological) with a visual means of observing SCP-XXXX . SCP-XXXXs Infohazardous effects manifest as an exponentialy increasingly complex calculations that the processor will continually solve until failure, the time until failure varies from processor to processor, with an average time for the human brain being 4-5 days post viewing.

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The blackboard previously belonged to Professor Davies, Senior Lecturer of Mathmatics, University of ██████, UK.

The board containing SCP-XXXX came to Foundations attention 2-days after Event-XXXX-04/05/1999, a foundation agent investigating another